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Best folding gas grills for Class A direct connect to RV Propane Tank

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We just purchased a new 36 foot Class A Pusher with a propane connector for a gas grill. What folding grill do you recommend? We want good BTUs but economic propane usage. Easy to set up and not to heavy.

Thanks.

Jeanne

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From what I can tell, based on what I see in the RV parks we've been thru, the Weber BBQ seems popular. 

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Jeanne,

Welcome to the Forum. Weber make several small grills, the "Q" and the "Baby Q". I have the small one, the Baby Q. It is ok but not very high BTUs. Everyone has their favorites

but may I suggest you Google "portable gas grills". Pick out a few then ask who likes one over the other.

Good hunting and again Welcome.

Herman

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If you get the Webber get the one with the built in thermometer in the lid.

I have done a non scientific survey of several campgrounds and rally's. It is a toss up between the Weber and the Colman Roadtec. The Coleman has the benefit of not needing a place to set it up as it has it's built in stand. 

https://www.amazon.com/Coleman-Road-Propane-Portable-Grill/dp/B00GPEKBPE

Bill

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I have the Weber Q200 & now they all come, with the thermostat and 2 fold out selves, that fit under the lid...$249 at Home Depot reg. I paid $189 last month!  All I have is Weber, from small Q to the large Genesis, in gas.  2 large 36" charcoal kettles! :)

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Weber baby Q is the propane model we carry. A friend had the one Bill posted the link to. It fell apart in 4 years of part time use. My Q is 11 and still going strong 

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I get confused with the connection hose from the MH quick disconnect to the grill as far as a regulator goes.

That why I still use charcoal. I like that Weber.

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The only complaint I have had with the Colman I have is the wheels started to get wobbly so I tightened the screws/axels up. Well ok 2 minor things. It tends to be realey hot even with the burners turned way down. The new ones have 3 burners and may give better control. I just use the small cans of propane and don't think it uses much propane.

Bill

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Since mine is all electric, I also use the bottle.  We grill a lot, home & on the road. 4 bottles, per year at both places! 

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True, we do that at the house.  When you buy the Coleman bottles, your not paying for the propane!  :(

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